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Topic: Cosmo

Snapchat's Evan Spiegel Reveals How He Went From Startup Failure to Tech Star

Ad players get to know young CEO at Cannes

CANNES, France—Snapchat is not afraid to make decisions quickly and turn on a dime when it comes to changing directions, says its CEO Evan Spiegel. Today, at the Cannes Lions International…

How 5 Major Publishers Plan to Use Snapchat's New Channels

'Discover' service opens door to new audiences and sponsors

With Snapchat Discover launching earlier this week, publishers now have a new way to tease their content on social media and find backing from brands. The new offering allows marketers…

Check Out All of the Winners in the Print Category From This Year's Hot List

Including the editor and publisher of the year

Joanna Coles, Cosmopolitan   Photo: Jeremy Goldberg: Shot on location @ NYLO New York City Joanna Coles’ influence has extended far beyond sex and relationship tips. She’s become a prominent fixture on the…

Hunkvertising: The Objectification of Men in Advertising

Some wish they’d just keep their assets covered

Call it hunkvertising. The objectification of men in advertising (as with women) is not new. Consider icons like the Marlboro Man and Old Spice’s sexy pitchman Isaiah Mustafa. And yet, a…

Hearst Replaces Web Editors at Cosmo and Elle

New talent comes from BuzzFeed, Fashionista

Hearst has shaken up the top Web jobs at Cosmopolitan and Elle. The magazine publisher's digital arm just announced that Amy Odell, who previously edited fashion coverage at BuzzFeed, will serve…

Hearst Reaches Goal of 1 Million Tablet Subscribers

Exec predicts 3 million by 2016

Hearst has met what seemed like a lofty goal, according to Mashable: 1 million tablet subscribers for its print portfolio—which includes Cosmopolitan, Esquire and Popular Mechanics. This is an increase…

First Mover: Joanna Coles

Cosmo's new editor on being scolded by HGB and the right to go bare down there (or not)

Specs Age 50 New gig Editor in chief, Cosmopolitan Old gig Editor in chief, Marie Claire You started as a reporter for The Spectator and later worked for The Guardian and The Times of…

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